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Sponsorship / Donations
Joondalup Health Campus is pleased to be in partnership with Silver Chain to offer the initiative Blue Skies, which is a workshop aimed at promoting healthy grieving for children who are bereaved.
Blue Skies is an innovative program developed by palliative care social workers, for children aged between eight and twelve years old, who are grieving the loss of a parent or primary caregiver.
Blue Skies provides a safe, fun-filled and supportive environment connecting children who are grieving, and teaches them how to feel safe to speak about their feelings. The program aims to assist children in recognising, naming and developing awareness of the variety of emotions associated with death, and expressing these emotions. Bringing children together who are experiencing a similar life change also reduces the isolation associated with a bereavement and enables them to give and receive support in a shared creative environment.
HBF Run for a Reason
Entries are now open for the 2014 HBF Run for a Reason!
Everyone has a reason!
It could be for fitness, to lose weight or to fundraise for charity.
In 2014 you can choose to walk, jog or run in either the Ramsay Health Care 12km or 4km distances, presented by The West Australian on Sunday, 25 May 2014.
Both events start in the city, taking you past some of Perth's most iconic spots and finishing at Gloucester Park.
A great team building exercise and a chance to make a difference to the health and wellbeing of your workplace, this is the perfect opportunity to motivate those within your organisation to get fit and healthy!
The event is aiming to have over 35,000 participants and to raise $1.5 million in 2014.
Enter online today at hbfrun.com.au.
The HBF Run for a Reason is proudly supported by Attadale, Glengarry and Hollywood Private Hospital's and Joondalup and Peel Health Campus's– all part of the Ramsay Health Care group.
Relay for life
Joondalup Health Campus became sponsors for Relay for Life, an initiative promoted by the Cancer Council of WA, in 2008. Relay for Life represents the hope that those lost to cancer will be remembered, those going through cancer will be supported and that one day cancer will be eliminated.
It is an event which touches people's hearts like no other. It is a fun, outdoor, overnight fundraising event where teams of 10 -15 people take turns to walk or run relay-style around their local oval for 24 hours.
The 2012 event was another great success, with the Joondalup Health Campus team "Ramsay's Angels" raising money for the cause by holding pre-event fundraising activities and participating in the event at Joondalup Arena in October.
Valentine’s Day Concert
The City of Joondalup holds an annual Valentine’s Day Concertas part of a series of free outdoor summer concerts. Joondalup Health Campus has been a proud premier sponsor of this event for a number of years.
The popular concert has featured an impressive line-up of headline acts including Dan Sultan (2012), The Whitlams and the Western Australian Youth Orchestra (WAYO) (2011), Australian entertainer and musical theatre star David Campbell (2010) and ARIA award winner and multi-platinum recording artist Damien Leith (2009).
The 2013 Valentine's Concert was a night of true romance, with the Perth Symphony Orchestra serving up divine display of musical prowess for more than 8000 local residents.
Joondalup Health Campus believes free community events such as the Valentine's Day Concert are integral to maintaining the thriving multicultural city that is Joondalup and are proud to be Premier Sponsors of the event.
WCIT Annual Awards Evening – 25 March 2013
Joondalup Health Campus is a proud supporter of the West Coast Institute of Training's Annual Awards evening. This annual event recognises and celebrates the outstanding achievements of WCIT students, lecturers and support staff. In 2013, JHC will proudly sponsor the International Student of the Year Award.